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This brick is from the Kinnison School which was torn down in the spring of 2005. It was donated by the Jackson Historical Society by the Lillian Jones Museum for the purpose of recognizing Jackson County. Jackson County is known for its apple orchards and was the birthplace of Ohio Governor James A. Rhodes. It was named for Andrew Jackson before he became President, and Welsh migrants made up most of its original population. | Jackson

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Jackson.jpg - This brick is from the Kinnison School which was torn down in the spring of 2005. It was donated by the Jackson Historical Society by the Lillian Jones Museum for the purpose of recognizing Jackson County. Jackson County is known for its apple orchards and was the birthplace of Ohio Governor James A. Rhodes. It was named for Andrew Jackson before he became President, and Welsh migrants made up most of its original population.

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